The fiancee of a Lyft driver fatally shot in Cleveland says he was trying to earn extra money to pay for their dream wedding.
Cleveland.com reports Tyra Ford says she and 32-year-old Mourice Foster got engaged in March and were planning an outdoor wedding next July.
Foster was fatally shot and a 31-year-old female passenger was wounded early Monday when someone fired 10 rounds at his car as he dropped the woman off. Foster was pronounced dead at the scene. The woman was shot in the arm and is recovering.
Police say a man arrested Monday is no longer a suspect.
Cleveland.com reports Foster worked in a factory and had four children ranging in age from 3 to 13.
Ford says she and Foster began dating two years ago.
A driver for the ride-hailing service Lyft was fatally shot and his passenger wounded in Cleveland.
Police say the Lyft driver was shot several times early Monday morning and a passenger in the back seat was wounded in the arm. A man who showed up to a Cleveland hospital with another man has been arrested in connection with the shooting.
A statement Monday from Lyft says it's horrified and saddened by the loss of life. The San Francisco-based company says it's ready to assist local law enforcement with the investigation.
Cleveland.com reports the driver was a 32-year-old man and the passenger is a 31-year-old woman.
Officers say a car pulled up alongside the driver and opened fire. A witness reported hearing about 10 gunshots.